Sean and Chris are again joined by Will as they take a Mad-Libs approach to their topic this week and pay a (late) tribute to Roger Moore. PS: Clowns Suck!
Sean, Chris and Will sit down with no topic. They hit record, talk, done. Star Wars wedding, Marvel Universe, Net neutrality, Elon Musk (the Scrooge McDuck of the tech world), etcetera.
Chris and Sean bring a list of geeky debates that actually went to the Supreme Court to be hashed out. You think the Falcon vs the Enterprise debate you argued over a Blooming Onion at Outback Steakhouse had teeth? You’ve not heard anything yet! Listen to this!
On this episode, Chris and Sean are again joined by Will and they discuss the Mandela Effect "The Vader Effect." The line, “Luke, I am your father” was never said?? Berenstein vs Berestain Bears? Is Jim Carrey Illuminati? That’s just one of the ill-formed theories posited in this episode
Will once again joins Chris and Sean as they each pick their best topic and answer 20 questions from the other two. Think you know everything about GI Joe, Computers and Star Wars? So did they!!
Chris and Sean find yet another area to bond over as it is revealed that Sean is a Broney.
Sean and Chris delve once again into the TV treasure trove and dissect Knight Rider. They dismiss the 80’s cheese (and it’s a lot!) to wax whether or not, Knight Rider would be made today, not whether the show itself still holds up. Also, how counterfeit Legos leads to a lesson on how escrow works. As they are wont to do, Chris and Sean go on a few tangents as well.
Sean and Chris discuss the concept of reincarnation as well as attempt to call back a phone scammer and tangent to the faked(?) moon landing.
Despite chaos, the guys still got a show out! No plans, just hit record and talk. Chris, Sean, and Will talk about Aliens, Predators, Aliens VERSUS Predators, plus movies that should get rebooted or just get the boot. And, why not? Throw in some bootleg Legos!
Sean and Chris compare Airwolf as adults vs as kids by watching an episode (OFF the air, don’t worry). They also discuss the TV of yesteryear compared with today’s shows as well as the many (MANY) resurrections of Knight Rider.